Mentor Coaching and Coaching Supervision
Mentor Coaching involves the mentee being coached by a very experienced and qualified mentor coach on their coaching skills rather than on practice building, life balance, or other topics.
Definition of Mentor Coaching
The ICF (International Coach Federation) defines Mentor Coaching as providing professional assistance in achieving and demonstrating the levels of coaching competency demanded by the desired ICF credential level sought by a mentee.
Why get a Mentor Coach?
Once internal or external coaches have received coach training, such as our Coaching Skills for Internal Coaches, gaining the support of an experienced and trained Mentor Coach can really expand and accelerate their coaching skills aligned with the 11 Core Competencies of the ICF.
Who is our Mentor Coach?
Michéle Roy is a Professional Certified Coach with over 17 years’ experience. She is committed to the professional development of coaches.
Michéle was a member of the International Coach Federation’s global team of examiners and is currently a designated Professional Mentor Coach (PMC).
For the past 6 years she has mentored other coaches to support them in achieving their goals and build their coaching practice as an internal coach within an organization or in private practice.
In 2010 Michéle received the “Prism Award” for coaching excellence with Chevron Canada Resources. Read her full Bio.
now if you are a coach interested in Michéle’s Mentor Coaching to further develop your skills.
The purpose of coaching supervision is for internal or external coaches to discuss their work in confidence in order to ensure and develop the effectiveness and value of their client work.
What is Coaching Supervision?
Coaching supervision is an important resource for a coach to maintain excellence in the coaching process.
It provides a place for the coach to reflect on their work from a unique perspective with the guidance of a trained supervisor. The coach can:
- Explore, expand, and improve the various skills within the craft of coaching.
- Address any ethical dilemmas and ensure ethical standards are maintained.
- Gain alternative views and different approaches to coaching the client.
- Enjoy a confidential, supportive, and reflective setting in which to examine and address potential client conflict and to receive feedback.
- Support your internal coaching program and maximize results with a certified coach supervisor.
Who is our Coach Supervisor?
Michéle Roy has a Diploma in Coaching Supervision and is committed to the professional development of coaches and leaders.
Her senior level experience and qualifications supports them in mastering their coaching skills in order to enhance value to their client (coachee) relationship.
Michéle Roy also co-facilitates her coaching skills training to enable coaches to build their competence and skill when applying the 11 Core Competencies of the ICF.